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We all like to have our nails looking our best for the festive season, but in the rush before Christmas sometimes there isn't the time (or the money) to squeeze in a salon manicure before the big day.
Fortunately Ferne McCann has the perfect solution – and it costs a whole lot less than a professional mani, too.
The TOWIE star, 30, has released a new range of press-on nails with budget superstore Poundland, in six stylish designs – all, of course, priced at just £1 each.
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They come in a range of colours, shapes and finishes, from classic glossy red square tips to bright pink pointed talons. Each set comes with 24 nails plus glue – enough for two full applications, plus a few spares.
Ferne herself seems to favour the Bon Bon design, modelling the square, matte, pale pink nails both on the products’ packaging and in her Instagram Stories, perfectly complementing the cosy pink tracksuit she’s wearing.
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To apply the false nails, simply pick a size that fits your own nail, apply a little of the adhesive to your nail then press and hold for a few seconds, before revealing flawless fingertips in seconds.
This adds to the First Time Mum star’s existing successful beauty range with Poundland, which also includes hair care, false lashes and bath and body products – all of which have received high praise from savvy bargain hunters.
“The eyelashes are amazing,” wrote one member on the Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK. “I get so many compliments on them.”
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“The body sprays are so nice,” said another.
And Ferne’s not the TOWIE cast member to have created a beauty line with Poundland. Jess Wright’s collection also includes press-on nails – which shoppers say look just like a professional manicure – plus self-tan and false lashes.
Poundland’s beauty aisles are also a great place to find dupes of more high-end brands. Earlier this year the chain launched a bath and body line that shoppers claim is strikingly similar to Lush, while the Matte Me Over Long Lasting Foundation has been compared to Estée Lauder’s iconic Double Wear Stay-in-Place Makeup.
So for a basket full of beauty bargains, head down to your local Poundland store this Christmas.
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